Rex Hogue

Rex L. Hogue received a B.A. degree from Texas Tech University in 1982, and Juris Doctor in 1992 from Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Mr. Hogue has been practicing law since 1993. He limits his practice to estate planning, estate and gift tax planning, business planning, asset protection planning, probate, and estate administration, working with estates up to $300 million. He designed the family limited partnership in the case of Estate of Kelley v. Commissioner, TC Memo 2005-235. The case was decided in 2005 and is considered a huge taxpayer victory. He has authored two books, Practical Estate Planning and Biblical Principles of Estate Planning, and co-authored the Family Limited Partnership Practice System, a six-volume set designed for attorneys published by Wealth Counsel, LLC. He frequently speaks, primarily to professionals, on these subjects, often for continuing education credit to attorneys, CPAs, and financial professionals. He co-hosted a radio show called Tax Talk in 2010.

Mr. Hogue is a member of the State Bar of Texas (and the Real Estate, Trust, and Probate Section), is a current subscriber to WealthCounsel, the Texas Forum, the Denton County Bar Association (Real Estate, Trust, and Probate Section), and the Asset Protection Council™.

Mr. Hogue married his wife, the former Dottie Malpass, in February 1992. They have three children, David (born in May 1993), Laura (born in December 1994), and Stephen (born in March 1998). Dottie, a former schoolteacher, is now a full-time mother. The Hogue family attends and is active at Gateway Church in Frisco. He currently serves on the board of the Camaretta School. He served on a homeowners’ association board for over ten years. When his sons played football for the Home School Athletic Association, he served as the announcer for the high school varsity team and the junior high team, as well as assisting the organization with football statistics and half-time show coordination. He served in the same capacity for the junior high team in 2011. He has coached little league baseball and adult softball.


  • Texas Tech University, B.A.
  • Regent University, J.D.

Areas of Practice

  • Estate Planning
  • Tax Planning
  • Business Planning
  • Asset Protection Planning
  • Special Needs Planning
  • Trust Administration


  • Texas State Bar, Member
  • Denton County Bar Association, Member
  • Asset Protection Council™, Member
  • Wealth Counsel, Member
  • Texas Forum, Member


  • Texas Forum, Past President